SMB startups special program – gaining user metrics in one of the toughest markets Dec 6, 18:00
Partnering with Tranzila and Bank Hapoalim, TLV Generator is offering an SMB centered startup program that will help your venture to reach presence and measurement for SMB and Micro-enterprises centered B2B apps.
Ms. Miri Ashkenazy, – Business developer manager
Gadi Blander – CEO Interspace – Tranzila
Noam Harel – Technical Cloud Manager
TLV Generator’s team
Hello, startup community! After our successful event last month, we are excited to announce the next one – in the Generator’s new & brilliant office space at Urban Place, Migdal Shalom Tel Aviv.
We have recently partnered with Bank Hapoalim high-tech division, probably the most active Israeli bank in the startup scene, and Tranzila, the largest online credit cards processing company in Israel. As the other partners of TLV Generator, our portfolio companies will benefit from both the advice and special terms offered by out new ones.
During the meet-up we will discuss the unique requirements and needs typical for SMB and micro-enterprises centered startups. We will present TLV Generator method to cross the main barrier – how to reach initial presence in this tough market, and gain the essential metrics. Remember: No metrics means no investment!
Among other tools, we will present Tranzila Pos emv mobile credit processing device, on which we can install your startup’s app – enabling the targeted businesses to benefit from your solution right away, and making the field-test a snap.
Tranzila will also introduce the company advanced web hosting services platform that enables startups to utilize the cloud infrastructure as a production environment which grows and develop with the business
In a more general sense, we will describe the Generator’s new prototype program: from an idea to a (very young) startup in 30 days. This program will allocate your startup desks at our Migdal Shalom offices, provide initial branding, logo & website, training and mentoring by startup experts, MVP (Minimum Viable Product) specifications, and most importantly – a functional prototype, including camera and location, preinstalled on an iPhone.
A CTO is not required.